Stem schools in Ghana in their Locations

Stem schools in Ghana in their Locations

Ghana is making strides in equipping its youth for the future with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. At the forefront of this initiative are specialized senior high schools designed to foster innovation and technological expertise.

Let’s explore some of these schools and their locations across Ghana:

Eastern Region:

  • Abomosu STEM Senior High School: Situated in Abomosu, this school provides a co-educational environment for students to delve deep into STEM subjects.

Ashanti Region:

  • Bosomtwe Girls STEM School: This single-sex school empowers young women in the Ashanti Region to pursue careers in STEM fields.
  • Bosomtwe STEM School: Another co-educational institution in the Ashanti Region, offering a dedicated focus on STEM education.

Western Region:

  • Awaso STEM School: Located in the Western Region, this school equips students with the knowledge and skills to contribute to Ghana’s technological development.

Ahafo Region:

  • Koase STEM Senior High School: Originally Koase Secondary Technical School, this institution has been transformed into a dedicated STEM school in the Ahafo Region.

Greater Accra Region:

  • Accra High School (Engineering Only): This prestigious school in Ghana’s capital offers a specialized engineering program, nurturing future innovators in the region.

North East Region:

  • Kpasenpke STEM Senior High School: This recently constructed school brings a focus on STEM education to the North East Region, promoting equal access to these fields across the country.

This is not an exhaustive list, and there might be other private STEM institutions in Ghana. However, these government-backed schools represent a significant step towards a more technologically advanced Ghana.

The Future of Ghana’s STEM Landscape

The establishment of these STEM schools signifies a commitment to nurturing future generations of Ghanaian scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. By providing students with advanced facilities, qualified instructors, and a curriculum focused on critical thinking and problem-solving, these schools are laying the groundwork for a brighter technological future in Ghana.

Disclaimer: This blog article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered official advice from GES. Please refer to the official GES website and resources for accurate and up-to-date information.


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